Eagles Beat Giants and everyone in Philly had a good time
Oh the stress of it all, of course I have to talk in circles here as I can’t tell you what mistake I made, especially since it was a done deal, maybe I was just sabotaging my relationship, I wanted it to work out and well I didn’t go to G and I missed the one thing that I wanted the most in the last 78 hrs. Hopefully it will all work out, but many of these subjects on this page discovered how really neurotic I really am – LOL (OK Wednesday will be the party at Table 31, Tuesday look for the unbelievable awesome Mutter Museum’s 150th Anniversary, great party, oh and plenty fun the rest of the week) This is the new Pepsi logo which I shot at 21st & Chestnut today; it looks a lot like the Hope that could be coming in the next few weeks too in addition to the E*A*G*L*E*S win!I ran into a few Philly Chit Chat Socialites (A socialite is a person who is known to be a part of fashionable society because of his or her regular participation in social activities) When I lived in NYC, not only did I cover the celebrities, but I covered the Socialites like Lydia Hearst, Tinsley Mortimer, Lauren Davis (who dates David Lauren, if she takes his name guess who she would be?); Genevieve Jones and Tinsley Mortimer (which was reported in today’s NY Post as headed to D court with her husband Topper) After covering the Philly Scene for a year it is clear we have Socialites, which isn’t always based on wealth, but also by his or her regular participation in social activities and fondness for spending a significant amount of time entertaining and being entertained. There’s no doubt I have tapped into that crowd. Here are a few of our friends at the Boathouse in the Rittenhouse Hotel enjoying the Eagles game yesterday. I don’t have all the names, but L-R The great PR women who I really believe blazed the way for many of the start-ups today, she set the standard by which others would measure themselves by, Nicole Cashman of Cashman & Associates; Sabrina Tamburino, who looks good in a gown, awesome in a party outfit and just as fantastic in a pair of jeans and a stylish top, Steve Thorn, way in the back Sgt. Ray Evers, Brett Rosenbloom Meteorologist Doug Kammerer , Elizabeth Renn, Justin Wineburgh, Phillies “World Fucking Champion” Chase Utley and the whole left side who wanted me to just let them watch the game. So jealous as a lot of the folks at this table are heading out to Sundance. I appreciate everyone who’s offered for me to go, but I am saving my vacation days for NYC Fashion Week in Feb, so stop tempting me.
Then it was off to Cavenaugh‘s did you know there was one at 19th and Sansom.
Two of my favorites, Sabrina Strickland and Arthur Kadyshes. Last week he and Celebrity Wired 96.5 DJ GN Kang enjoyed a delicious meal at Del Frisco’s and then grabbed a fan pix with Gerard Butler who arrived last week for rehearsals for his new movie “Law Abiding Citizen” and who was also exiting the dinner club.
Whether it’s Rouge or Cavenaugh’s these girls know how to let their hair down and have some fun. Betty, Anh Nguyen (She just opened Jack & Jill at 115 South 22 nd Street, check it out), World Famous Korean Beauty Queen Janice Lim and Adriane Domanski
HAIR O’ THE DOG 2009: 15th Anniversary Edition promoter Lindsay Furman battling it out with Sabrina Strickland. Lindsay is a tough gal, as she show’s up with her Giant’s wrist bands on, I won’t hold it against her and will still cover the Hair o’ The Dog next Saturday, which is also the same night as the Lemon Ball. (Did I mention I have populated my PCC “Conflict Calendar”. So if you are PR, a Publicist or Charity Organization, send me your info, I want to create a comprehensive calendar primarily consisting of charity run causes or benefiting events.
I finally met Scotty Buck, officially. Here he is with Sasha O’Donnell
Rachael Landis, Mike D and Sasha ODonnell
We Win, the Camel was wrong. A sign for things to come – I spotted an Eagle on top of the Sofitel when I left the bar, oh no not really, probably a Red Tail Hawk, but it was gigantic. This a block away and what about 15 stories in the air.
Last week I was interview for an article that was done for the Inquirer, and I have to say my last quote was dead on as I came across these two girls Olivia & Britney outside Cavenaugh’s on my way home: Hugh E. Dillon, a local photographer and self-named “Philadelphia Paparazzi” (his photographs of area social events have graced this paper), thinks Paparazziphilly is onto something outrageously fun. “Why not hire someone to experience what it’s like to get followed by a paparazzi out for the ‘gotcha’ photo you enjoy looking at so much in the glossy magazines,” he said. “. . . People just respond differently to someone who is holding a $3,000 professional camera.”
These days with Facebook and Myspace, everyone’s friend is a paparazzi, I rarely see a photo on it without a tongue sticking out, or some behavior that in most circumstances would be described as a ‘Gotcha Photo” except most of the shots are posed, and by definition a Paparazzi captures candid shots.